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26th May 2014, 12:30 at 12:30 pm #261745
I’d like to be a driver, AND someone with a technical role (like aerodynamicist or engineer etc)
Can also contribute my savings (About £1,400)12th January 2014, 0:08 at 12:08 am #246962
How did you pick Vettels helmet?22nd October 2013, 21:28 at 9:28 pm #242807
The 2011 Italian GP winners trophy was awesome22nd October 2013, 20:49 at 8:49 pm #230038
What about the GP2 drivers?
Are any of them going to get an F1 seat at all?23rd September 2013, 17:22 at 5:22 pm #241947
This article explains perfectly why19th August 2013, 19:45 at 7:45 pm #240405
I don’t really think there are nay bad corners on the F1 calender; each one represents its unique challenge to the drivers.
However, corners can generally be categorized into 5 types:
medium speed corners
High speed corners
I don’t really notice the kinks; they barely count as corners, what with the downforce on modern f1 cars.
I marvel at the speed an f1 car can change direction in a chicane.
It’s always exciting when an F1 car enters the braking zone of a hairpin with another F1 car right behind it, and I can never help marvelling at how late an f1 car can brake.
It’s fascinating to see the speed taken through medium and high-speed corners, like Copse and the Suzuka Esses.24th July 2013, 20:05 at 8:05 pm #239376
There are so many illegal online SKY F1 streams, which a lot of people will turn to.
I really hope this turns out to be false; this is the top of a slippery slope, and it is forseeable that the BBC will cease to show F1 races at all and that’ll leave SKY free to jack up the price even higher.
The Concorde deal had better involve a clause demanding FTA F1 in Europe17th July 2013, 17:48 at 5:48 pm #171753
I officially love it!!!9th July 2013, 19:55 at 7:55 pm #229644
This list is a bit far out, but I think this would be extremely interesting
Red Bull: Vettel Vergne
Vettel has signed until 2015, and Vergnes performances at Monaco and Canada were exemplary
Ferrari: Hülkenberg Alonso
Alonso I think will stay on until 2016, and Hülkenberg is such a talented driver that Ferrari will need him to take points off Alonsos rivals, which he will be able to do. He’s also good enough to keep Alonso on his toes, so that would be extremely interesting.
Mercedes: Rosberg Hamilton
Rosberg and Hamilton appear to have a good owrking relationship and they’re both immensely quick
Lotus: Raikkonen Valsecchi
Raikkonen will resign for Lotus, and Valsecchi will get promoted to full time race driver after Grosjea leaves for the world of sports car racing due to inconsistencies in his performance.
Force India: Bird Sutil
Mercedes will try to promote Bird, and Di resta will be comprehensively outperformed by Sutil over a season (even including his retirements early on in the season)
Mclaren: Button Leimer
Button will stay with Mclaren, and I think Leimer would be amazing in an F1 car, as he’s immensely experienced, and I like him because he’s Swiss
Toro Rosso: da Costa Ricciardo
Ricciardo will stay at Toro Rosso until Kimi needs replacing at Lotus, and da Costa will step up to fill Vergnes seat after making up for his performances in FR3.5 early on in the season
Williams: Bottas Maldonado
Bottas will not go; the team adore him, and maldonado brings much needed funds, as well as being exceptionally quick
Caterham: Kovalainen Pic
Caterham will realise their mistake in letting heikki go and they’ll send Van der garde off to the FiA WEC
Marussia: Bianchi Coletti
Bianchi will stay due to Ferrari wanting him to gain more experience in an F1 car, and it’d be interesting to see what Coletti can do in a backmarker team18th June 2013, 6:49 at 6:49 am #237860
There is no such thing as a boring F1 race.
There are processional races, but they are never boring.24th May 2013, 14:01 at 2:01 pm #237060
Cecotto has been suspended from Monaco Sprint race for the Ste Devote crash24th May 2013, 13:47 at 1:47 pm #237059
So gutted for Leimer; had Cecotto not outbraked himself, Leimer probably would have ended up third or so.13th May 2013, 6:20 at 6:20 am #236382
Should there be a separate thread dedicated to Cecottos ridiculous moves in GP2?27th April 2013, 10:24 at 10:24 am #232586
1: Spa 1963; Clark won by 5 minutes
2: Nürburgring 1968; Stewart won by 4 minutes
3: Spain 1996; Schumacher dominates in pouring rain
4: Suzuka 2005; That move by Kimi on Fisi was amazing
5: Hungary 1998: 25 quali laps by Schumacher was awesome!!16th April 2013, 6:29 at 6:29 am #227801
Sorry Mate I vomited